Dundee needs a Big Voice in Parliament and Scottish Labour has a plan for change. The SNP can't and won't stand up for Dundee.

Elect Michael Marra - A Big Voice for Dundee

Dundee needs a Big Voice in Parliament and Scottish Labour has a plan for change. The SNP can't and won't stand up for Dundee.

As a proud Dundonion - born, bred and raising my family in our city - there is no greater honour than to ask to serve you in Parliament .

Dundee is a great city but we can be better. Scottish Labour has a plan to increase the minimum wage, end zero hours contracts, axe the bedroom tax and give our NHS the investment it needs.

Local SNP cuts to services has seen Menzieshill High School placed under threat and for all their talk on jobs not one has been delivered. The SNP Government in Edinburgh has also drastically cut college places to the real detriment of students and young people . I will ensure that our City delivers the jobs, education and training our young people deserve.

Dundee needs a Big Voice in Parliament - one that puts Dundee first.

On May 7th it 's a choice between the Tories or a Labour

Government. Lets make sure Dundee's voice is heard.

 

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